The BBC will broadcast live coverage on Chelsea’s FA Cup fifth round clash with Manchester City this afternoon.
It comes from Stamford Bridge and is one of two matches to be shown on live TV today.
The Blues have endured a very disappointing season so far by their high standards, struggling at the bottom end of the Premier League table for most of the campaign.
Interim manager Guus Hiddink won this trophy when he was last in temporary charge back in 2009, and he will be keen to repeat that feat and leave the club with more fond memories, but he faces a difficult task against Manuel Pellegrini’s Citizens – who are chasing an unprecedented quadruple.
Coverage starts at 3.30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD with live streaming via the bbc.co.uk/sport website. kick-off 4.00pm
BT Sport will broadcast the first FA Cup fixture of the day as West Ham United travel to Blackburn Rovers. This match is live on BT Sport 2 from 1.30pm.
The draw for the sixth round also takes place this evening, live on BBC Two from 6pm.
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